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"vidal sassoon" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Okay, so I was on Instagram, I don't know. A couple of months ago. And I bumped into this account Jess rona grooming and I immediately fell in love with her because not only was she showcasing these adorable dogs getting groomed, she had the most funny videos, the best comedic personality, while she was grooming these dogs and of course she gave them these Beyoncé moments where their hair was being blown out to the gods. It was just incredible. So I sent it to Sarah and I'm like, we need to hop around the podcast. So I was like, I've been trying to get a dog groomer on the podcast this whole time and teach Sarah's credit. Yes, one of the first things she suggested when we launched was that she wanted to get a dog groomer on. And at the time, I did not have little coin. And I was also kind of like, this is a human podcast, not a dog podcast, but our furry friends are super important to us. They are our children. So we want to take the best care of them as we can. And here's the thing about one just rona, literally Katy Perry, Katie MFA Perry, says that just rona is to dogs as Vidal Sassoon is to the bob cut, okay? So this woman is legendary. She has a huge celebrity clientele, and she spent her 20s and 30s grooming dogs during the day and doing improv at night, which is why she is on the money when it comes to her jokes and her comedic point of view. So we said, okay, just rona. My just rona will you come on the podcast and talk to us about taking care of our dogs. If you do not have a dog or an animal, trust me, you are still going to love this episode because again, just as hysterical. And she's gonna give you some really interesting and helpful tips, ways that you can take care of your dog. Why your dog might be freaking the hell out when it goes to get groomed, how often should your dog be groomed? How often should you be brushing your dog's teeth so many things? And she might have just helped me get Quinn's little demon double dog personality under control. We're getting there. We're getting there. Anyways, enjoy this episode with Jeff rona. You can learn more about her and her team on her website just rona grooming dot com and if you live in LA, book at their large Mott location. Kirby,.
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on Car Talk
"I know from my own personal experience that it makes my hair feel greasy enron streamers and it flattens out isn't as fluffy and fly away and it's fresh looking but what is it supposed to do it. Matt sit down which looking wet dog. And that's what cream rinses four nixon manageable it. Softens you here makes it easier to comb and style. I don't have that problem. Because i have nothing left so homeless style suggesting suggesting that sharon would have this problem whether she were in the car or not. Yes i would suggest that i i. It's it's it's a little known fact. You'll probably stressed when you behind the wheel. Stress affects the way. Your hair lies. I mean vidal sassoon. Did a big seminar attended. It was the convention when i was in indianapolis. Well sharon i am going to figure out what this problem really is in your right. We will come up with something in a spray him. I'm willing to contribute like my whole thirty seven dollars in life saving. Go into business with me. Your we're partners. That's okay profit. Fifty fifty right. But i would try to be more relaxed behind the wheel and void the cream and i would avoid the cream. Rinse at least. I would hold cream brinson and i. I would probably switch never mind.
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on Car Talk
"Look especially in hot humid weather from i. Would i would cut out on the kramer fire. Negative ion machine ion generators ca. I know his wife his the full extent of my when i get in the shower up until recently is to wash my hair with the sense soap by using the rest of my body from shampoo. That's bad my wife introduced me to the wonderful world of shampoo. And she has a raid in the shower or were the other things shampoos and other conditioners and i know from my own personal experience that it makes my hair feel greasy enron streamers and it flattens out isn't as fluffy and fly away and his fresh looking. But what is it supposed to do it. Matt sit down which looking wet dog. And that's what cream rinses four nixon manageable it. Softens you here makes it easier to comb and style. I don't have that problem. Because i have nothing left so homeless style suggesting suggesting that sharon would have this problem whether she were in the car or not. Yes i would suggest that i i. It's it's it's a little known fact. You'll probably stressed when you behind the wheel. Stress affects the way. Your hair lies. I mean vidal sassoon. Did a big seminar attended. It was the convention when i was in indianapolis. Well sharon i am going to figure out what this problem really is in your right. We will come up with something in a spray him. I'm willing to contribute like my whole thirty seven dollars in life. Wanna go into business with me. Your we're partners. That's okay profit. Fifty fifty right. But i would try to be more relaxed behind the wheel and void the cream and i would avoid the cream. Rinse at least. I would hold cream brinson and i i would probably switch. Never mind and talking heads to forty fifty football.
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"Destinations for women. Oh my gosh is escaping me. But they they specialize in taking in mothers pregnant. Women are women with small infants and it is of the most rewarding groups. We get to do because the children come into the group two. So isn't that showed. Their children reported the circle. They can't be right and then so they start participating in so if you can imagine like i love like we've talked about a couple of times. The lies are our head tells us when it tries to imagine what our new life are transformed life or getting help. Looks like these women. Were very scared to get help and to be able to bring their children along as part of the connective exercises recovery. Because that's really what it's about it's about connections you know And that's what we have to develop in. I know in my experience in hearing stories from women. You know a lot of times. There's attachments to sexual trauma or or healthy relationships. And so we can get into these settings. I've been told a lotta time. Hey we don't let any men work with our women you one of the first man that the work with and so i'll get to be the first positive role model for man to go in there and it's quite an honor to hear that and especially for me. It's funny the gifts. The universe gives you because let's face it when you're out there on charges of drunk in a band you're no role model for any mail in terms of relationships with woman so for me i take it very seriously in terms of my debt. If you well to women as we start to wrap this up as part two friends that i reach out to friends of yours and friends of mine Jason wahler who we've mentioned already. So i have a question from jason and also eden sassoon the daughter of vidal sassoon. So they gave you questions to ask me. Oh this is like cheating okay. While i was looking at your social media and the people that are tad way made. So she's following him. she's comment. He may even west. I though i love with eating said was that to dig deep. She said dig deep with him because he had a lot of stories. He has a lot of love a lot of compassion tonight. So that's what i feel like we've been doing. We have so thanks for that. Thank you and thank thank. You eat a much. She thinks the world of you in doing so. Yeah i love her. I love jason and jason. Wanted me to ask you about how the pandemic has affected view your mental health sobriety. And all that yeah well. I'm going to be honest. I One of my dreams of recovery was to buy this property out in the desert. I just recently did that. And i noticed dead splitting time out there Really had i on top of the Twelve separate go to support group meetings. It really had so..
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Ooh. Oh and then day three. They're like here's the one you need my god damn facebook. Facebook is smart like that. I've been seeing stuff pop up on. I kinda need to have be no predator movie knowing me pretty well do be knowing me brady well. I don't know if you saw the other day. I'm like you know what. I really don't need any more dumb shit from my bar for a while. Facebook ad boom. And it's like a fire extinguisher like mike. No not just just out of spite. I'm not going to buy you. Were listening to me. Yeah for real. I was watching a documentary about vidal sassoon earlier today and now all of my shit is like sassoon stuff on my face and i'm like i was just watching something on tv. Not i might fall on a team watching something. And now i keep on seeing shepherd vidal sassoon. I need to train my series like turn the microphone off you know like hey siri gender mike off on everything down to serious.
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Span. Yeah, that's that's a wide span. 3 to 63 days on, and Google says 15 to 30 days so That's like saying that Tropical storm is going to hit somewhere between Alabama and main right there. It's just gonna be right there, you idiot. What I noticed talking about Syria in the winter. I'll heat my shop up and all of a sudden there's flies everywhere and they hide window Sills. Yeah, and then you turn the turn The heater off. It gets cold and they disappear. Yeah, it's just like the hybrid a year right to find a little warm spot in your house. No. Well, I don't know that fly on the vice president's head yesterday, though, during the debate didn't want to go anywhere. He was hibernating in. Ah, nice in a nice pillow of Aqua net right there. It's not simply Vidal Sassoon. He was just 11 life. Oh, and I was such a contrast with his white hair. Teo, That's all. I didn't even hear the words that were coming out. You just looking at that fly well, and this is a disclaimer. This is not a political statement. You guys know this is the truth. Waken all agree on this. That the president of the United States having come from the background that he came from? He was in television for many years. The president cares about appearances. I think that's a bipartisan thing. We can all agree on that. I really honestly was thinking. It has to be driving the president crazy this morning that as I'm watching all of the network news shows, they're all mentioning the fly. I mean, I just I immediately thought of the president of Because all every name like you just heard on the fly has an instagram account already in Twitter accounts and cheated us already this morning, there means and I thought for for for, you know, politicians that care about appearance. This is Do you think that he is mad about it? Or that he's jealous about? You know, I think he's probably mad at me. Did you know when You're focusing on the fly, but, yeah, I thought I thought it was fantastic. A moment of levity that we needed. So I was just thinking why other flies in there? Oh, man. I know who didn't close the door for the thing. Out of that guy get in there. But anyway and then we have animals attacking in a different way again. They just rolled in the CBS This morning I opener the video of the CNN reporter fighting with the raccoon right before he goes live. It's just the visual is better than the audio because the poor guy he's such a professional. He's right in the middle of Ah live report from the lawn of the White House when this raccoon is decides to go right behind him and start messing with them. And this is what this is. What happened? Listen, move there. ISS. Now, no events on the president's schedule today and important to say the White House, especially from the raccoons, man. God again. That's the second time perhaps not working right? Hey, man, he's talking to the groundskeeper, The wild man the ground. The raccoon came back. Everybody hard to keep them away. Equipment's gonna work either, but that's you're right. It's a funny visual because it is so mad. He's so Matt. Let the guy do is report. Come on. Let him finish. So, Yeah, So that's making news. And I was watching during the break as I do after my meeting here. Ah, before we head to a commercial, I I always hate saying this because it seems so empty, but thinking about once again stop me if you've heard this before, but the good people of Louisiana once again within the matter of six weeks. For the sixth time in the last few months there filling sandbags and boarding up windows because Hurricane Delta Is basically following the same trek that Hurricane Laura followed six weeks ago when it devastated my mother's former city of Lake Charles. Hurricane Delta is literally Kenny heading right for Lake Charles. And as one reporter said in a helicopter lake Charles Ah, from the air is still a city of blue roofs, roofs. Meaning from tarps, and they haven't even repaired. My mother's house is one of them. It's just awful. Here's ah little bit of the report that they just did on CBS. Listen to this their way of growing more powerful and threatening. You hit the state as early as tomorrow. Delta barreled through the Mexican resort areas of Cancun and Cozumel yesterday on our lead, national correspondent David Bag No is awaiting the storm in Welcome That's in Southern Louisiana. David Good morning to you. Tony. Good morning to you. Welcome to Cajun Country, my hometown. We are used to hurricanes happening here. But what's different about this is it could be a repeat. Hurricane Delta is as of now projected to make landfall within 15 to 20 Miles. From where Hurricane Laura made landfall just six weeks ago in Lake Charles and Tony, You were there for it. That would be incredible if the same people devastated by Laura get hit yet again. Let's start with what Delta did in Mexico. So bad, so bad. So thank goodness she's up here with with you. And yes, Absolutely. I just You know, I I think I just immediately go back to that to those days that were there. And thinking about the condition of Lake Charles and the condition it remains, and I mean, my mother, the My mother's neighborhood still doesn't have electricity 6 6.5 weeks later. Um, I don't know about Still no electricity people are still Operating on generators. I think the hospital now has generators. The casino God forbid there. The large casino is open. But there are still thousands and thousands and thousands of residents who are making runs to the gas station..
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
"That's right. Join over 1 million people taking charge of their mental health. That's better help.com. All right, Mary, and that's M Mary. Hi Mary. And so Mary true or false Fred looks like a combination of Kerr Smith meets Josh Charles who in terms of drag out out of drag. Yes. Oh, I see see that. Yes. He he it's like Keira Smith eat Meats Josh Charles Meats, like wage Vidal Sassoon products 90s, like that's like Larry Swedish Nordic Netherlands us someone who works at a salon that has like the the Nagel prints on the wall and the Frosted, you know Cube glass and the lollipops. What was that place for Mom would go what's the name of the expectation repeat expectations. He manages a great expectations out of track my God don't fall asleep on me. She used to say while I was in the chair. Oh, yeah. I was always spoke to me that choice. Is too tense at a salon and getting my haircut I get so much anxiety. So and then the other two or false question true or false Derrick Barry taught Fred how to do his brows in Drag. yeah, well, I guess it was like lift your brows up and then lifts your hairline further up and it's all proportional and it was he was yeah, you know and you know, and it's it's a look it's fine. But the first thing I thought when he came out of the runway when she came out of the runway, I was like, oh Fred. Dark berry browse. Great. Yeah. Yeah right in a wig. Yeah looks more like a pig in blanket, you know, we'll hot dogs sticking out the top absolutely so marriage, let's talk about exercise and talk about costumes and your trash your trash. So Thursday from oh that's from First Wives Club Meri. Kasham First Wives Club thats Sarah Jessica Parker. Yes, Josh actually before we talked abouts exercising and Holly Hunter off. Let's talk about this mini challenge. I I don't have much to say about it, except I'm glad there was a clogs challenge. Yeah. No, I I for some reason I hadn't thought of it until like the home. Wheeled them out and it was like o clock. Yeah. Yeah, exactly hard to walk in. You know, roughly. I will say I was impressed with all of them. I know that if somebody gave me that challenge and like 20 minutes to decorate them, I would not come up with the creativity that they came up with. The one thing that I don't like about the editing this the past episodes and in this mini challenge for sure. I didn't get to look at them. Really. Yeah. I I really it was hard to kind of evaluate but I I agree. I feel like it would be jujube with the wig. It's like when you lose control of the clogs want to get off the clocks like it would be right. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know what would do. I always think in those situations I would probably be I don't know. I think would just I would just start drawing like a lines on it and just hope comes together, you know. Yeah when when Setter Jean was going off on all that Glitter. I'm like dead. Send Ur jeans. I thought were the best cuz I was like I this looks amazing. This look designer. Well, I mean anyway, I mean not to jump around too much, but I'm pleased if we're going to talk about Senator Jean and looks and things looking good. I mean, I think that now are Patty pan pizza has has gone off for delivery. We need a new potential Pizza queen and I think there's a world where it said Regine. I think there's a world where its energy and absolutely wage cuz it's certainly drug tested not be good or not elevated. It said I don't care what you look like. I'm just happy to see you know, yeah Center Jean has this energy. That is very nice. I think also the thing that adds me feeling a little safer with cetirizine is that you know, he's a former fatty which I love had, you know that surgery to get the neck the model pulled back. I was like that's off. That's just it made me forgive all of the thirst trap pictures. I've seen posted of Saturday and I'm like, oh Mary you have what? What what research have you not been doing? I'm a nun. I mean, not of Madness Chelsea boy. The the whole cast is gorgeous. I know I know I know Abby. Oh my God is a my IP. Oh my God. She's gorgeous. I know my God God a v i a b o my God, you know there is this. I don't know if it's a New Jersey. I think it may have been Upstate New York. When I was in college, there was this place called absolutely Abby where you could get new like window fixtures and Venetian blinds. And and I've been searching for the theme song forever. So Mary's if you can help me but it's like I said, it's absolutely a b if you absolutely no no, no, like I don't have the rest of it, but it's something like that and I am I'm on the hunt for absolutely a be. All right. Well listen are dead. That's going to be my new. Yeah, I don't know. So yeah, so Center Jean. Yeah, I there's if not marry. Let's just nurse Mary wage et cetera. Jean certainly is in the running for being a pizza Queen it. I'm I'm almost there. I'm just distracted because I'm it's because I'm so attracted to him that I'm kind of like it's not unfair in our when you want to when you want to both eat the pizza and fuck the pizza. Yeah. It's confusing. It's confusing but Saturday and pizza Queen, I mean it has a nice ring to it says Shane Pizza Queen. Yes. Exactly..
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Correct. Wasn't there one of those over the weekend? I think I think maybe the Cubs. I think Alec Mills for the Cubs. He threw a no hitter, and it was very, very impressive business. Somebody in her show that's actually from the Chicago Land area. No, that was awesome. Congratulations. Sassoon is a name associate ID with what? Carlos. Mmm. Somebody. Vidal Sassoon. The dollars as makeup. No hair care products. Score one. Nothing ladies. Here we go for four years. Dean Cain start is what comic book character. Superman. That's correct, Jennifer. Congratulations. You're getting a battle of the sexes Championship certificate, downloaded a pdf printed and hanging on your wall with pride. You've also won a dozen cookies from Cookie Good in Santa Monica. You could bring smiles to your remote learning experience with their back to school box of cookies and bars, which Jennifer is perfect for you being a teacher. There are sweets perfect for students, parents and, of course, teacher's visit cookie good dot com Toe order. Congrats, Go. Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate that. As you exit the stage. This moment isn't talking. I hope I hope what I can hard. Yeah, it can be hard. What's the tough subject? Math or history? What is it? Oh, well, once in pre K, So I mean, I guess coloring in county but you're having a problem helping with that. No. You're doing by older. Well, even at that. Leave it at that. Okay. Have a good day. You guys. Thank you so much for playing really appreciate it. Helo. Grazie, Carlo. Tony Jordan San advised to get the morning traffic..
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tom Skilling, weeknights on Well, you can t v Dog cabin. What an amazing read that cliffhanger At the end. There wasn't sure where you were going. Build a suspense. You all right? Now we're joined, Which a roper is here, and Richard and I hosted a radio show for many years down the dia little bit, and we used to have this guy who is executive producer of the show. It's name was Jacko. And I was first introduced to Jacko. On the eve of the Democratic convention in 2008. The first time I actually met him was at O'Hare Airport. On our flight to cover the convention in 2008. And we got caught in a tornado. Once we landed, I was quite a quite a moment and Jack it became a regular contributors. A guy if you watched the boxing in the morning years ago, things Jack has been around. The media world for a long time with aria. Morning men. Bob Suraj. Yes, when he was a TV morning, Zack. I've known Jacko forever, and he's so stylish. That true story. We had Vidal Sassoon the league, Vidal says soon on the program Who said I like your style to Jacko? Where did you get that? Kerchief? It was quite a gray. So, Jacko now Jacko and ferment. This is like parks and rec. Jacko After many years of being a television and radio executive in this town, and and Ah As our famed like people would put him on the air. Like like Rosie O'Donnell when she had that show, Remember, she had the syndicated show from Oprah's studio here. She put him on the air in the last couple of weeks. I should refer to me, Jack And you're like, Oh, my wife, So he's now he left all of that. It's like Green Acres kind of. He left all of that to go back to his hometown in Macomb, Illinois, and become the director of something or another, and the town of Macomb, Illinois, where he's in charge of making sure that the rest of the world knows about mako melon, Okay, because it's and it must be working because we're having him on. Now, As such you you'll have to explain this. You have made a topiary version of Abraham Lincoln. In the town of Macomb that you think the whole world should come and see. We think is true first. Let me say hello, guys. Thank you for having me on I miss you, and it's the Mako Mary Convention and Visitors Bureau. And I'm the executive director of the Maxi. Big Deal. Here. Courses to Leslie Knope of McComas Roadside. Okay, way. Got it. We got it. That's awesome. Congratulations. Yeah. Okay. So what? What am I supposed to get him A comb for? Well, it's Lincoln like you've never seen him before. It is going to be a 15 ft. Tall by 8 FT Wide topiary bust of Abraham Lincoln. Topiary aspect being that his beard will all be live living flowers. Okay? So it's just his head. So thanks for having me on really waited. It's not going to have like a flowery chest. A cz. Well, it's it's It's a buffet man. Okay, so it's just It's a giant Lincoln head. Does he have? That doesn't have the big the stove pipe the top hat out. Of course it does. Yeah. And metal stove pipe hat, okay? So it's actually almost like a stovepipe on. Then he has his head is made out of a cement that was designed with a three d printer. Very state of the art. Very, very modern steel hat, cement head. And topiary beard. Yeah, so not waiting. If this is all going to be living beard stuff, Jacko, Were you stoned when you came up with this idea? I want Teo. I mean, I'm not gonna tell me it's legal now. So you know, Um no. Here. Here's the thing. McComb has a really rich Lincoln history that has not really been exploited here it all and McCall, as you may or may not know is not really on the path to anywhere you have to come here. Yes, right. So We wanted to do something to recognize Abraham Lincoln. And of course, you know, Bronze statue seems like the logical thing to do right. But there are many of them around. So we thought, What can we do that something different? What's going to be Something that can Actually recognize this man and his, uh, coming to Macomb. And at the same time, you know, have kind of a little, uh, roadside attraction type of, uh, to this is a permanent installation. It's a permanent installation on the front lawn of Macomb City Hall in downtown McComb, right off the square. So will this reflect? Okay, So we're talking about Shrubbery, right. Flowers and trees and bushes are going to make a Lincoln's beard free space. But, yes, flowers, So my question is then in the winter, would we then have clean shaven, Honest Abe because full all down well, and that would have been the age that that came to Macomb on several occasions. Back in 18 58 when he was debating Douglas. Yes, theoretically, we would have that. But perhaps we there would be, you know, it might be decorated for Christmas or whatever's seasonally will be their giant work. Chia pet of Abe Lincoln. Basically Well, yes, but it's just It's just a space which just his face. Yeah, Yeah. No, I get it. Yeah, Yeah. Looking chipper. You will ever 15 Ft have the largest one 15 FT High, So a story and a half high 8 FT wide, right? Yeah,.
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Joining us today is Anthony Valdez DJ KCRW in Santa Monica California Anthony great to have you back Jeremy it's always great to hang with you and talk music brother tell us what you had in mind with these pics Anthony any theme going on here actually you know what Jeremy there's really nothing but looking back I mean I'm looking at the play listeners songs of the Latin bass for that definitely was not intentional these are just songs I love all right well let's get to some of them this is the Chilean rapper on a tease you with antifa day one of the which is when a couple guys I said this is called and keep the dance we've been hearing about antifa in this country but in the case of ana teach you she's talking about some of the issues going on in Chile that's correct I mean basically what was she speaking about coincides with what's happening in America but also in her home country of Chile her parents were living in political exile in France during the Pinochet dictatorship during the seventies and eighties and she's just heavily involved with women's rights and the protection of indigenous people and people of color across the world and you hear a lot of that into work and for folks who don't know she's been rapping since the nineties she was in a group called my visa and then she broke out in it's kind of been evolving stylistically sonically and visually and she's been held by Thom Yorke of Radiohead who set her record nineteen seventy seven should be listened to by just about everybody okay well the next one you have brought us is by clubs this is called Pronto so I'm taking this Latin five today and today and by the way this one is from Monterrey Mexico that's correct what I love about this song is that it reminds me of a lay in it sounds very pool side is she Tory wall but they say they they have this great quote they don't want to be the Hispanic version of your favorite band so I really dig that and also being at a Monterey which is known for their the kidnappings and a lot of drug violence so it's hard for these guys to actually play out in developing a local fan base I'm glad the units around these guys are definitely showing the music kind of putting one's free music on the map what do you think they mean by that that they don't want to be the Hispanic version of your favorite band well I think traditionally for a lot of Latinos you know we're happy to have a Latin alternative spotlight but at the same time we don't want to be boxed in we want to be just music when you talk about Coldplay you don't call them British rocker whatever it's you know it's cold play and I think the same can be said with what they're saying and also you know there's nothing worse than being on the Latino joy division so it's like these guys are clubs all right well the next one you brought us is junior mesa this is called very soulful sound from junior yeah and he's only twenty years old he's a multi instrumentalist of Bakersfield California what I love about him is when something moves you sonically and you tell your friends about it and they know about it you know how do you know about this and this definitely this really positive buzz and what I love about him is that he channels you know he's a fan admittedly of sly and the family stone Ella Fitzgerald Wes Montgomery and I love that these kids are channeling that spirit in implementing into these new sound so it's amazing how do you find all these twenty year olds are like I feel like we've had eighteen year olds from you before I well I mean I'm very active on blogs I love the internet but I love you know talking to kids I talk to the young bands in the Michael you listening to me hit me to some of the coolest stuff and so I'm always learning it's it's fun yeah I mean certainly eighteen get well the the next one that your product is sumo hair this is Paulo demand the tropical flavor there with the steel drumming yeah I'm so glad you use that where tropical so he was someone who was born in Mexico now based in LA and he was in a band he's in a band called are we to corporates vocals drum loops regi tone samples targets and I found out about this kid some lives and explored check them out and found his bandcamp page and it's not always working he does these really cool remixes of of Columbia and like hip hop and funk and soul and that's a lot of what I do in in LA one week each year there's a lot of that L. A. parties is this inclusion of all these different sounds but soon where it manages to take it one step further and really create something new and something that's tropical as you mention but also just different and and fresh and I love it in a side note he's also a celebrated hair stylist who studied in New York at Vidal Sassoon which is obviously something to do with how he got the name similar hair I guess bingo let's get to the next one this is All Things this is when you go that's when you'll know so Anthony this is taking me back to my college days like listening to your show driving down like Melrose and just getting lost in the music like this good that was the whole point I'm glad you're there something beautiful happening in music today where it's the revitalization of Chicano due out you know growing up in LA especially like around gang culture a lot of the gang members for some reason I never understood this but you know they were war years during the day but they were lovers at night and they would I remember hearing you know all these in the art Laboe show and then sounds like I'm your puppet and so thirty years later I'm watching these eighteen year old kids recreating this sounding even as going as far as recreating the sonic aesthetics with authentic studio gear for thirty years ago and you know you're starting to hear more of a falsetto more passion and more love and the Alton definitely brace and another group that steps be champion now is he gonna Batman that has the same aesthetics and I love it no the original detail that I got obsessed with as a kid in the middle of the night was on an oldies station so I was listening to songs of the fifties sixties and seventies and probably if you played just about anyone else I could sing all the extra effort because of myself on that in a while but anybody who's influenced by that may I say all four at the ballot as DJ KCRW in Santa Monica California thanks as always Jeremy we love you but please don't ever utilized a falsetto from me please okay if you want to hear more you can go to our Spotify playlists NPR here and now also on apple music and it's here now.
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on KCRW
"Of course are now out of work John Mulaney Maria Bamford rate with junior and many other very funny people do these with him you can find them at tip your wait staff dot com I awesome at four the Astros force for good George Clooney Barbra Streisand Jennifer Aniston Vidal Sassoon Jodie foster Jason Momoa Brad Pitt Keanu Reeves Sharon stone and John Travolta also George burns Bob Hope Gene Kelly gena Rowlands also Gwen Tarantino John Waters nor Effron Margie Rocklin is interviewed all these people shouldn't big feature stories roster to big magazines and newspapers but the very very first big feature assignment she was actually sent out on was by publication in nineteen eighty two the Los Angeles reader they said that a very nervous very useful Margie Rockland to interview moon unit Zappa I'm her daughter Frank Zappa in this little bit that she does on the song is she's using a lot of this language that yes Revell speak that no one ever heard before it was considered really exotic and so I was in the valley so I was sent to go talk to our she is one of your people speak to her and your secret private our gosh exactly of course what is so touching to me is that I totally bought that you're right I'm the right person for the job I'm gonna go speak to her in the valley language we will bond.
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"So this week April. I thought we were Kinda start talking about fashion wink. We're on the tail end of the month of quote Unquote Fashion Week. We are currently witnessing all the Paris runway shows and I thought this would actually be a great opportunity to suggest a instagram. Follow to our listeners. At Robin Given our OB. I N. G. I. V. H. A. N. She's a fashion critic for the Washington Post and pass dressed guest that absolutely. She came on the show and our very first season to talk to us about the battle over cy which happened in nineteen seventy three and it was basically like a fashion show face off between French. Katori as an American designers. Yes so that was an amazing episode but she is an incredible critic. She's very thoughtful and insightful about her coverage of fashion that I think a lot of our listeners will really appreciate for instance today. She's posting about the Balenciaga show. And she's saying that. The show is thoughtful but she says quote. Thoughtful just stressful. It's very ominous. I think it's kind of a commentary on climate change. I haven't read much else about it. But she also has been writing about kind of the feminist ideologies that Inspire Maria Grazia. Carey's creations for Dr. And how you know that. The fashions and the runway she presents don't really reflect those feminists beliefs. They still reflect this kind of feminine ideal of a woman which is a little counter intuitive or counter to feminism for all women representing all women. That's something that's I guess. Problematic throughout fashion she also has commenting about Virgil Oslo off-white collection. She just doesn't get it. I don't know if you've seen that yet. But he was sending like half Parkas and half tool dresses down the runway. Yes and not only that but one of those tool dresses was actually ripped off. I think it was from givenchy. I don't know if Jeevan she but she ought. There's definitely been comparisons to victor and Ross tool creations and kind of cut out creations. Like it's definitely something that's definitely probably been done before. But I thought the fashion writer Tony Glenville who you could also follow on instagram. How To really insightful? Commentary about some of the collections? That have hit the runway today and he wrote that it's time fashion. Stop treating US too. Don't care close. You know kind of these clothes that we can't really wear in real life. He says you know when you start thinking. The future and designing fashion aware in the real world think about fashion to keep and cherish and fashion to make women look strong and confident. It's not taking the fun out of fashion. It's actually thinking on the subject of fashion as Global Business. And he goes on. That fashion is a creative force. An employer of millions repository of tradition. And Crass let's think about how it can survive in the future and then I wanted to kind of talk to you about this April because he ends with costume belongs in museums. Fashion belongs in our lives and I was curious what your thoughts are on about that. Do you agree with him? Well I mean I think. That's some problematic terminology in terms of exactly how we as fashion historian. Use those words right because all fashion is costume but all costume isn't necessarily fashion. Does that make any sense? Yeah and I think. He's trying to distinguish between this idea of like fashion as as costume as kind of like this performance. Art as a something. That isn't really representative of what we would wear in every day and specifically he was talking about the mosquitoes down by Jeremy Scott. I'm recently which he literally had. It was very much a let them eat cake. Marie-antoinette moment with like tons of Pan Yeas and women in the you know those huge waves reflective of late eighteenth century fashion but they literally came down the runway dressed cakes and like references to eighteenth century panelled gown so a lot of people probably aren't going to wear those clothes. I guess the argument would be if we're just creating fashion for. I guess this like a federal shock value to send it down the runway. Is it still worth it? Should we be doing that or should we be more conscious of the environment and creating fashion? That isn't actually meant to be put on bodies. Well I that actually kind of leads me into the the follow that I want to talk about. Because you said WHO's GonNa wear these things? Well perhaps this next segment of the fashion buying public. Which are drag Queens? So I can definitely see some of those drag Queens on Rupaul drag race adoring that mosquito collection and I would like to recommend to. Our listeners is to follow an instagram account. Called at Drag Bombs D. R. A. G. B. O. M. B. S. and this instagram account is hysterical is actually run by the brother of a former dressed guests. Terrace ain't James. Who CAME ON SEASON? One and talk to us about the intersection in history a sustainability in the fashion industry but her brother. Jordan. He's hilarious. He is obsessed with repulsed dragway. And He's also obsessed with lush products. The cosmetics Carney and so what he does he finds pictures of drag queens and then pairs them up with the lush product that they're outfit and they are hysterical. Some of them are so dead on and so perfect. I showed it to a couple of my friends one time and I tell everybody to follow this all the time. And they're like oh no he has to be the designer of the products and the drag queens are his inspiration but no no no. No that is not the case. He's just really really good at this. So if you WANNA put a giggle in your day follow Jordan on drag vase and I promise you it's GonNa show Ganic smile at your face. I know and I just speaking of. I've never seen this account so I just went to it. And it's Jordan the Raven Claw Lachey. A master bather and he says no drag. Queens harmed in the making of this account. It is pretty incredible. How spot on a lot of these comparisons are. Wow okay well check that out dress listeners. Instagram accounts for you to follow and check out some other things for you to watch them suggestions of some films. I would like to suggest that I just watched. Actually this past week I came across. It's actually a couple years old but I had not seen it. It's a documentary called my generation. That's streaming on Amazon. Have you heard or seen of that? April I have not but you better bet I'm GONNA put it on my list now. I really really liked it Because it is almost entirely comprised of archival footage and photographs. So there's no there's no inter spicing with interviews of people in the modern day there. They just take those voices from those interviews. It's narrated by Michael Caine. It's kind of like has generation and his experience in the nineteen sixties and he interviews. People like famed photographer. David Bailey models penelope tree Mary. Quant twiggy Vidal Sassoon. People interviewed there so integral to this period. And this this documentary. That's really about in the nineteen sixties it just reveals how integral fashion was to the experience of the nineteen sixties by all these interviews. So I highly suggest checking that
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"Yes they were the daughters of a fan maker. Hugh had fifteen children so their mother had had with fifteen children and ran off a fan making show. I'm they were Freeman of the city of London. At this time you did not I think still. Actually you don't have to do the occupation of the guilt that you join with is still allows you to be able to work. Yes yes yes and you have to pay fathers to join this livery companies quite a substantial amount to enable you to trade guess you can't trade suturing so in terms of fan making obviously there's there's a lot of people making friends houses the whole family museum downing the Greenwich What what would you know what they we being used for. What kind of well fans with the absolute accessory for the eighteenth century they were? They couldn't really go out without you. Fan And they had all sorts of meanings in the way that they used for North Sharpsville and some of the designs store. They were a luxury item that you could not. And they were sort of a small canvas himself like some of the pictures. I've seen taste absolutely amazing. I've seen a wonderful one with the map of London on it which is really covered actually found making fans were essential. Go to your to your question really wasn't it wasn't really be anything to do with. Your heart is Linda g you got with your Fan yes you can cover your face with your family conflictual fan or or you can just be hot and find yourself but cheap sheep side was able to support a number of fan shops including these three these. The sisters had fans shops at. Ah they were spaced out on cheap site so they all operated. Same Time Martha Never married she was going to never married and she traded for at least thirty five years in Instant pools church but esther who had six children of her own she she had. She bore nine children sheet six surviving one of her daughter's was funny. Bernie the novelist Fanny Burney never never mentioned span's even though it's quite a strong tradition in her family and she's got the name we're finding I'd never thought about so. Burn plenty of fans. She did indeed. She never mentioned fans in any of her novels. Possibly she was not that proud of coming from a line of it As she did go on to be a lady in waiting to the Queen so she may have wanted to rub over. Trade read origins but s to sleep ran this business before she was married very young age early twenties. Then she married than she traded in Maritime Bernie and She died in her thirties after leaving the city but at one point for quite a long time she made she brought more money into the family than her husband. Charles Burney But she certainly was. We're very successful. Businesswoman and sisters were not SOCI- reaping looking at a number of women who Working in they run their own businesses in the city Obscene trade cards. Some of them are married. Some of the MON married to the married ones used their husband's name change their name. Would they used. They used to house name so the Yes. And if they marry someone who is a member of a livery company They trade under his license his credentials. But what is interesting. Is that although they could be Freeman They did not take any part in the admin of the gilts themselves so they were not involved in any of the boards. The courts running running the show. Your they need the trait but I think like next month is going to be like the eight hundred four. Lord Mayor's parade right and you know. I think they've had over seven hundred Lord Mayor of the city of London with only two female one Tom. Yes within my lifetime onto the nine hundred eighty s and then I think wolf is coming to be as which you know and also I was going to mention about the fact that you view even cool? The Women Freeman still today. Ask Monroe no no Freeman honoree men so in Matt respect they. I'm not standing in their own right. I suppose they're not recognized as women's as such but they are committed to take which you know in the eighteenth century when we have this idea that women were just at home doing domestic things cooled sort of domestic sphere. Actually they were in the world. I think preps more than we have recognized more than we have seen the the. They may not have been the professions but they've certainly active in business and and employment at all over the other thing. I was thinking having having these I mean. Obviously we're in an in every way there's lots of high end sort of hats luxury goods textiles that kind of stuff that you know. It's not the classic male L. dominated. trae I mean I'm sure they would have been some in working in those. Yes they were women trunk makers Kirsten silversmiths and there was a woman who is making the labels for bottles of wine import silver things on on on chains so so definitely women and print makers here I think nearby here this one he printed books. Yes yes we're in some pools church. Yes this was a huge book publishing area and in fact just a short distance. Just behind Vidal Sassoon. Right is the the station is okay yes yes yes yes I really wish that. The oldest bookseller similar I didn't know side May poultry there poultry and we're looking at one of the boards about Long life much of it in commerce. She did very well home in her. Business a mother may have been a will match. His father sat me merchant. Mother may be money to she came to be trading in cheap side in the middle of the Eighteenth Century And she is quite well known and then a code toad she joined business that made artificial stone. The business she his food. You know how she came into the business. I imagined she would put some money in not join because our who these women. Ellen Code is the only one I'd ever heard off. It came across her. You know saying about Just finding stuff outlook in this sort of organic way. And there's a big statue of a line it on the south end of Westminster. That's staying code and then also So it's an artificial stone those in immensely hard wearing and weatherproof so it hasn't deteriorated as natural stone as or candy And for a long time the recipe for the stone was lost. I think in the last twenty years. It's been rediscovered little. They've discovered how to make it again. Am I understand this as a business down in Hampshire that now churning out again I in quantum of The stuff and she produced her company produced two isn't existed little bits on Buckingham Palace and elsewhere. Well I'm the Royal Naval Naval Hospital at Greenwich have stand that Bedford Square and blindscreen uninfected went all in the World Canada the US Brazil Caribbean Russia. Poland to this amazing substance which she helped to promote which she worked on with numerous others is Made a huge contribution to architecture. She worked with Rob Hutton. International really significant woman. And as you say you know she she's the one pat's perhaps because her the products were in such permanent places apart I suppose in a more male well then are millionaires released. Also the other thing I think is interesting in terms of these. These women we're talking about is I was reading about the lawyer. I then learned that he was made out by some code stowed food. What's coast out? And then I looked up code stone unless I hang on this is at least these women business run by a woman in in my women and amy eighteenth century to seem very very unusual. Which is why I think that really stuck? Am I spend quite interesting. And did seem particularly buildings architecture stone the very male dominated business. I'm asleep and she. She must been quite formidable to stick at it she She didn't marry our skis. So where were we not marrying. I mean really it. Just observing these to these women reading about them. Significant number did not marry We didn't know the reasons the personal the reasons for that. But I from where I'm sunny could be that they didn't want to hand over control of their business to anyone else They like life as the two and They you know they say with a happy to continue without with amounting and they were busy women and they married and had children. They would have to be like Mrs Sleep. Could have fifteen children running the show you come to the end the A podcast. My name is Lena. Augustan son and.
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"Woman in Iowa Fran. She is literally Chris Cuomo get into non Trumpy and men are more of like Bernie Sanders way. I was going to say did he sniff her hair busy getting really close? Oh. Vidal sassoon. Amy Clova char. You know, you remember? Well, let me I play this. This is Amy klobuchar last night she's talking to the audience and she desperately wants them to applaud her. This is always the best when politicians beg for response from the audience. Amy klobuchar is a state that one I I started running for office. The other Senator was Republican the governor was Republican three of our four constitutional offices Republican, and I started running and every single time. I have run I have one every single congressional district in my state, including Michele Bachmann. Okay. It's when you guys are supposed to cheer, okay? All right. Oh, man. Have to listen, I think she did it. I'm going to give her. It was funny. It was a free pass on it. It's funny. This is where you're supposed to it wasn't legal Elizabeth Warren. I'm going to get a beer. Oh, look. They're just happens to be one in my refrigerator. It was one of those type things I think it was done in a much more friendly funny way. I think the way she handled that was fine. It's pathetic begging. She's begging for audience response. Let me give you another example. And see if you agree. All right. Okay. Remember, Jeb Bush? Yes. Back in the business of creating a more peaceful world. Please clap. It was delivered differently. Oats, the delivery. It is. It's the way you say, it, sometimes it's again, we talk about this how when when Joe Biden sniffs, people hair people's hair. It's creepy. Right. So haven't we talked about the way that some guy can say something like I can say something to a woman and she thinks it's a compliment to another guy can come in and say the exact same thing. And she thinks she's calling HR to file a harassment report. Even though he said the exact same thing is the guy who just left like that Saturday Night Live skit that you talked about remember the Saturday Night Live skit where the guy comes in. And he he's wearing Fred armistice. The dude in the office. And Tom Brady's suave guy. Exact they do the same exact things Tom Brady can get away with it. I agree. But the comparison you just made his Joe Biden sniffing hair. And then if Tom Brady was sniffing people's hair. Would it be fine? The would be just like Fred Ormiston in in the office. Women would be like, oh, that's nice. Whereas the Fred do they're like oh get away from me. It's creepy. There's a difference. She said, I just don't think the way she said it was on that terrible. No, no you disagree again, compare them. I if it would make you happy if I disagree, just listen. Okay. Guys are supposed to cheer, okay? Please club. Yeah. That's what you guys are supposed to cheer Hoffa fund was like, please club. No, I seven fifty one w. Oh. Adam. It's my honor to introduce to you valor, second quarter reserved for civilian retired Marine Corps. Sergeant Jaren 'em largest Jaren served honorably operation Enduring Freedom, fighting the global war on terrorism receiving numerous medals.
"vidal sassoon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Going to talk about box office and how not being able to get advertising on television affected that bottom line. If at all, Mary Walter Vince colonies, good morning to you. See the Joe Biden is. He's in trouble for kissing and sniffing. Again, this time he's he's accused in this magazine called the cotton online outlet. By a woman by the name of Lucy Florez who says that in two thousand fourteen she was the thirty five year old democratic nominee for Lieutenant governor in Nevada and just before a campaign event where Joe Biden was coming out to help her campaign. He sidled up behind her and snifter head and kissed her backstage kissed the back of her head that is she felt deeply uncomfortable by here. She is explaining the mad sniffer to Jake tapper this weekend. You're both backstage waiting to go onstage. What happened next? Well, it happened. Also, suddenly, we it's anyone who's ever been at a rally recognizes that there is chaos. There's a lot of energy that everyone's running back and forth. Evil longoria. Was there? We were all lined up next to the stage. Eva was in front of me. Joe Biden was behind me. I'm preparing myself to give these remarks, it's the very last days before the election and very unexpectedly and out of nowhere. I feel Joe Biden put his hands on my shoulders, get up very close to me from behind lean in smell, my hair. And then plant a slow kiss on the top of my head a slow cast, and that in and of itself might not sound like it's a very serious thing that in and of itself might sound like it was innocent and will well-intentioned, but in the context of it as a person that had absolutely no relationship with him afterwards as a candidate who. Was preparing to make my case for why I should be elected elected the second in command of that state to have the vice president of the United States do that to me so unexpectedly and just kind of out of nowhere. It was just shocking. Is that is that herbal essences you're wearing? Vidal sassoon. What do you got going on here? Excuse me, Mr Vice president to go speak. Listen, this may just be a thing for him. Because maybe this is just his thing. And he likes the way women's hair snow wordy. He doesn't seem ashamed of it. He doesn't front of cameras constantly was she was at an event with Evan longoria. And if you go online, and look, and you look up for Joe, Biden, creepy all these things come up. There's actually a compilation and one of the pictures in it, Joe, Biden, sniffing evil, longoria hair. He has his nose halfway up our ear. It's like. Easy. Mr Vice president like slow kissing the top of her head. What does that mean? Visit whenever slow kissed ahead. Like the top of the head. I'm not I'm married. I when I leave in the morning, my wife, still sleep. I'll give her just a quick the top of the head now wave because she's sleeping, you know. Not try not to upset her or anything just keep her asleep. But the slow. Slowly, so you can sniff for longer. Oh, boy time around the hair to be able to sniff it Mary's got all the strategies, Jake, tapper speaking. Now, we ask I tell Jake tapper speaking at reading Joe Biden statement back to her this weekend on CNN state of the union, the vice president Biden and his team just released a statement just moments ago from Mr. Biden, here's what it says quote in my many years on the campaign trail and in public life. I have offered countless handshakes hugs expressions of affection support and comfort and not once never that. I believe I acted inappropriately. If it is suggested I did. So I will listen respectfully, but it was never my intention. We have arrived in important time when women feel they can and should relate their experiences and men should pay attention, and I will unquote. All right. So everyone's jumping in on this. Now, you've got Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway saying this on Fox News Sunday quite bold for her to go up against the highest levels of our own political party. But all of these hosts me. To allegations and insinuations are really don't comport with probably Joe Biden's conduct over the years. If anybody just types in creepy uncle Joe videos, you come up with a treasure trove. She's not wrong about that. The internet is full of them. You just mentioned that. I mean, even the picture of longoria getting the sniff. You've got you've got ash Carter's wife, though, remember? Really? That was the really uncomfortable looking. She's like looking at him over her shoulder like what who aren't why? So that was so recall that photo from when ash Carter was being bullied, I believe sworn in. And he was as Defense Secretary Stephanie Carter, she was the one who was the most famous. There's a photo for almost looking like she's cringing as Joe Biden an indoor neck, given given the Biden Hazel. She says that it was totally fine that she was not offended by that moment at all it missed the still shot from the video that everybody sees misleadingly extracted from what was a longer moment between close friends, and it became the lasting image of that day. She says so she was not offended by Biden. Despite what the photo may look I was gonna say despite the look on her face. Yeah. Look, she's the one who experienced it isn't she entitled to explain it. Absolutely. But in in a sane world. You are but based on the standards in the wolves that the left has set up he should be done. He should have been done then. But the the rules now in the what they like to say the post me to era, right? He should be finished using their own rule. Here's some of some of the other candidates have all weighed in a bunch of the two thousand twenty candidates have said that she needs to be believed. That's the canned answer these days. Here's Bernie though, Bernie saying, you know, maybe we shouldn't jump to too many conclusions too quickly. This was on CNN this morning Senator. And she said that really needs to be taken more seriously as a party suggesting that Democrats aren't taking it seriously enough. And she said she's coming fourth most. She says she's coming forth now because she thinks it's disqualifying for Joe Biden, do you think it's disqualifying? I think for the vice president to make I'm not sure that one incident. Alone disqualifies anybody, but her point is absolutely right. This is an issue. Not just the Democrats or Republicans the entire country has got to take seriously. He doesn't think one incident should potentially disqualify guy because he's a democrat. Then again has he used Google has Kellyanne suggested have you seen the other pictures? There is a chance for that. Bernie Sanders has not used Google. He may not actually know how true you telling me this computer can give me every image of every time Joe Biden has been in public. Doesn't have the picture of me with the little bird on the podium because I loved that talk. A lot of things about him on the internet. He may not even know there. But this woman is Lucy floor is is is a not a abidance supporter. She is a Bernie supporters. She's also she's also a Beato supporter. So that may be part of this. Yes. That that because she's not a big fan. Well, Peggy Noonan has a theory that Joe Biden just came from a different era. Listen, Joe, Biden is a longtime American political figure who came from the fleshy world of sixties and seventies politics, and you when everybody started to hug and kiss him different from the forties. And fifties were hugging we're kissing all that stuff is going on. That's part of of his story right now. Another thing is I think for the first time in his life. Joe Biden is seeing himself the target of his own party's up. Oh, yeah. So yes, that's the key, isn't it. Yeah. That's exactly the key. He is not Kamala Harris. No. And now, there's a reason why all those many photos that have. Existed on Google. Whether Joe Biden knew about them or not are coming back to haunt him. He's threatening other Democrats and their ability to take power eight fifteen now. Hold tight. We're talking to the White House in a moment will join us. But first it's time for wwl mail, traffic.
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